Is your AC functional? I had that same noise, my AC didn’t work and it went away after they replaced the compressor. However, I cannot say for sure that was the cause of the noise
I'll see next time I start it upThere is a fan/motor somewhere in the front that turns on as soon as the car turns on. It gets louder during charger. Maybe its part of the cooling circuit. Do you notice when it starts and at what ambient temperature? Do you hear it when charging?
I had metal shavings in the front motor oil. Required replacement of front motor entirely. My symptoms were different, though. It would "clunk" when I went from a stop to a start.Unfortunately it looks like something bigger. The car went in for service Thursday morning bright and early, as of today there's some fault code with the front motor. The service manager told me that Jaguar in New Jersey (I'm in California) advised that they should check the internal oil in the motor. That revealed the presence of metal shavings. Not sure what it amounts to.
Will keep anyone interested posted.
Funny I stumbled across this, did you only notice it at high speeds? I live in Cali as well, and have had mine for about three weeks, and when I get around or above 75 (don't judge me), I hear a sound I can't quite describe, but I only hear it at those speeds.Now they are telling me that the new motor isn't communicating with the vehicle. So they submitted another ticket to Jaguar of North America (apparently in New Jersey...) so they won't get a response until Monday. They've had the car now for 8 days.
Not that anyone was interested, but if it helps anyone else, it looks like when they did the H264 they didn't put back in the grommets in the engine cover, the plastic cover in the engine compartment. So at higher speeds, the cover was rattling in the compartment.
At least, that's the working theory so far since they're missing.
Mine did the same. Replace under warranty but it came loose too. I put some double sided tape on it (side facing the underside of car). It's held it a bit, but it looks like it's coming loose again. I think I'll put a proper fastener on the outer end too.as above, while unlikely related to the OP's issue, an 'FYI' for the community at large- Just yesterday, while on the highway, doing 75-ish, i heard an intermittent, muffled 'screech' sound, seeming coming from somewhere under the car. Didn't seem to vary with speed, but seemed to start and stop shortly after going over small bumps or expansion joints. It was troubling enough that I got off the highway at the next exit, found a parking lot, and had a look. Turns out that the small air deflector in front of the left rear tire had come loose, and remained anchored only by a single one (the inner-most, if I recall) of its little plastic anchoring pegs. As such, it had pivoted longitudinally from its normal transverse position, so that the loose end was bouncing off of, and getting partially ground down by, the front of the left rear tire. I was able to snap it back in place, but it still seems a bit more 'wiggly' than it should be. I think I'll order a repalcement.